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Consumer campaign to keep receiving printed till receipts looks like a good move – on paper

KBeee

In the UK under the Consumers Rights Act (which replaced the Sale of Goods Act in October 2015), you don't actually need a receipt to return faulty goods. But you do need to have proof of payment, so a bank statement or credit card statement showing the purchase and payment would do. Obviously the stores own receipt is probably the easiest way. Handy to know if you lost your till receipt and a week later your new item is found to be faulty.

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